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Captain Sturt's Expedition. [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 December 1844

Captain S tur t's Expedition. [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] " On Tuesday I despatched Mr. Poole to the ranges, which are forty miles dis tant from us, to ascertain if there is wa ter under them ; but I have no hope of good tidings, and believe I shall ultimate ly be obliged lo establish myself on the Darling. " You will be glad to hear, and so oughteverybody,that we have maintained a most satisfactory intercourse with the Natives, The report we had heard referr ed to Major Mitchell's affray with them ; and you will not be surprised! at theil reverting to it, when ] tell you'thal seve ral old men immediaily recognized rae ai having gone down the Murray in a boat, although they could not have seen nu for more than an hour or two only, ant: fifteen years have now elapsed since J went down the river. I suppose we mis understood the story ; but most assured I j I fully anticipated that we should, soonei or later, come on some dreadful seen« or other, and I came up fully prepared to act; but...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 December 1844

HAWKESBURY «IR," AND General Printing Office LEtTKR-PRF.FS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844. A' Stationery. -o SAILS T THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTING 0F( Laid Foolscap Blue wove do. Do. colored do. Folio Post Quarto do. Do. do. Tinted Blotting Demy Plain and tinted cards | Mémorandum Books Quills Black Lead Pencils Ink in Bottles Sealiug Wax Wafers JUST PUBLISHED, and on sale at] th*. Office of "TBS HAWKKSBUUY , ClWBIER," MARO'S LETTERS ON THE VINE, By W» Macarthur, Esq., J, P.t Camden PRICE 5$. HAWKESBURY Wine, Spirit» AND GENERAL STORE. , THOMAS M * DO NELL, (of the lat« Firm of BotJLDEftsoN & M'DONELL.) in returning thanks for past favors* begs most respectfully to solicit a conti* nuance of the same-and to call the at tention of the inhabitants of WINDSOR and its vtctiHty,lo the following GoOD4 now on bALE at this Establishment ; SPIRITS. Brandy - United Vineyard Company'«» flea.li«,*...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 December 1844

Sydney News. AWFUL OCCURRENCE.-On Thursday last, the 19th instant, between eleven and twelve o'clock, as Dr. Joseph Meyrick was pro- L .randi the htdirftom wi r " gracing faisj right «ar î^n^e^ihjfi observed ml personitt the ext of presenting another phtol et him, wheo he put op his hand, and tndeavouied to escape, but the person closed upon him, and fired, the hall passing under the right arm pit into the chest. So close was the pistol to the un fortunate gentleman's body that the orifico in the coat through which the ball passed was singed by the explosion. He imme diately rushed into Mr. Mappin4«, the cutler « shop, exclaiming, "the villain has shot me." He was convoyadlo to an inner room, where he reclined on^pipfa, and medical assistance was immediljtejl¡sent for. Dr. Bland waa the fitst in attendance, who pronounced the wound fatal. The dying gentleman ex pressed an earnest wish to make his will, which having been hastily drawn up by one of the bystanders, he placed his mark t...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 December 1844

Original Correspondence, j To the Editor of tile Hawkesbury Courier. , Sm,-Should you »deem the following in telligence of any valué, may I request you will have the kindness to publish it in your paper. From the various statements of the Wheat Crops this season, to satisfy myself I measured a portion of a field of 28 acres, which contained one acre and eighteen perch es. I have had the Wheat threshed and it produced forty bushels, or 35J bushels to the acre. This is the third crop bf wheat off the same land, previously lying idle two J'ears and-a-half tn grass *, the seed is white jamas, purchased from Mr. Thomas Howell, after the flood of April, 1842, having been washed out of his mill on that occasion, sod grown on the Lower Hawkesbnry. The land upon which my wheat was grown is al ! luvial, of a black rich loam, and it received I nothing more than the common tillage of the country, having been ploughed twice and harrowed four times, and 'after harrow ing the lumps were broken wit...

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

From tlie Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. At Eleven o'clock of'lburaday, the 16th day of January next, will ba put up io auction, at ! the several places named, the Licenses io occupy j under the ie<<u)aiioiis of Hat August, 1841. lite : following portions of Land, for one veur. from ; ide ist day of February, 18-45. Fu:ther|tifor. j mnttoo respecting tbe Land uiay he obtained : .rom the Mirveyo-General, and respecting tim j conditions from the Colonial Treasurer. 1 Cha upset puce of ^&ch Lotis £5 par section of 64(i acres. I Phillip, 641) «cres, parish unnamed, at J Colt's C'owu. I S Phillip, 640 ocras, parish unnamed, at Cox's Crown 3 Phillip, 6*0 nares, parish unnamed, at Cos's Crown 4 Phillip, 6*0 seres, parish unnamed, ai Cox's Crown 5 Phillip. 640 sores, parish unnamed, near the «(¡ulpo* 6 Phillip, Ô40 acres, parish unnamed, near tbe ' Gulph* 7 Phillip, 800 acres, parish unnamed, near Cooyal 8 Camden, 1100 acre*, parish unnamed, ai Burragorang 9 Cam...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

posy;the w^în^îin^ athis fourtl marriage, was^** If l'survive^ I#Biâki theip five." r ; ; 7' . 3ftöpx^x{m,ßms ^j^.r-Froin ni croscopic observations, (t lias been cora puted that tUe skin ia pertorated by J thousand holes 'io? »^eqawe ineh. I the whole surfaäsM 4^ bnraan bod j be esiiinatetf ut sixteen square¿leet, ii must contain no fewer than 2,304,00c pores'! ' ' s "?? '? ' ..'?The-, great «ian of a village being at dinner, allowed one of bis tenants to stand while be conversed with him. .?** VVhat news, roy friend ?" said the squire. .* None that 1 know of," re plied the farmer, "except that a sow of mine bas had a litter of thirteen pig«, and she has only twelve teat«." .« What will the thirteenth do ?" asked the landlord. ' "Do as I do," returned Hodge; ~*£ it will stand and look on while the others eat " A HARD MASTER TO PLEASE. Thomas Litchfield, a hired servant, complained against his master, Mr. W Chambers, of Wellingborough, for the nonpayment of wages due up to the time h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

TE RH S . Th' HAwKcsBtrrtr r < VRIKR viii continue to bs pub lished every Tkurtd«v morning, in Wind tor awt Richmond, and forwarded io oil parle of thu Country. i the terms of Si «sCfiipnoN ure rit per Quarter ; \ and ^ubscribtrs not reticent in ekhèr o)' the above I toxin* must pay in «dvance. The quarter* end *4 fié last Thursday in the months ot March, Junt. september wei De embe , on which day i on'y o> neviout tn th« following Monday eau retigmatinua be received, which muet be accompanied by pet1" ment ]f alimonies due The eh rgee fur -i DVFRTÏSEMCKTS are : Far titi firet inch, 3i. ; a'ie! for every inch of e$ace after* <>i thé rate of If for each insertion ; & d the ni/m* ber of times to be . u!>tish«d mnet be krricten en the face cf the tisanut.?.?tint, or the Advertisements wilt be continued titi o untermandéà. ï\olr$u.Hio)ib$iê must ay tl'« amount previotii tn tho inse< tion cf i their dve themcnts, tah eh must be amt befaré...

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LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

LAND PROCLAMATION. By Iiis Excellency Sir Georg« Gipps, Knight Captnia General and Gowiior-in-Cbief of-the Territory of Now South Wale« and its Dei en deudes, and Vice-Admiral of th« same, &c.» &o. Sec. / In pursuance of the au hority in ina rested by i certain Actor the Imperial Parliament of ti rea Bntrtin and I roland ..p'aesed in the ötn'and ßibyea of her Majesty's Reign, intituled ' An \ct fo regulating the ¡ale of Waste Land belonging to tin Crown in the. Australian Colonies," Í do herebj notify and proclaim, that at eleven o'clock o " Wednesday, the Bib day of January next, the (ol' lowing portions of Crown Lands «rill be offerer for Sa e by Pubiio Auction, at the Cobnml Trea sury, in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms sud conditions atm ' unJer the provisions of the above recited Aci (Deposit ten peroeot.) COUNTRY" LOTS. (Upset price £l per acre.) 1 St. Vincent, 48a, parish unnam< d, at Long Point.shalhaven Ri...

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The Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

Tîi# Ring. 1 THE long talked of tni-l between You hg1 Windred, the Tanner, who is a native of Windsor, and Ben Mortimer, the heio and champion of Yellow Monday, C3me off on Monday morning the 30ih ult. Daylight had scarcely shed her beam« Over I Windsor, when the various roads leading to Richmond 8nd Yellow Monday were thronged with vehicles of every description, from the swell, in his natty gig and rum »rotter, to the old Hawkesbury settler, tn his humhle drag, or mounted on his old favoiite Rosinante; literally speaking, the various roads leading to the scene of action were completely lined with equestrians and pedestrians, to witness what they fully .xpected to be a downright good milt The situation where the ring- was pitched was truly picturesque and delightful, com manding one uninterrupted view of the highly cultivated and fertile districts of (.'i 'lunoiid and the Kurrajong, with the Blue Mountains in the distance. At ten minutes psst eight. Windred threw his castor into the...

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Petersham Races. THURSDAY DFC. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

Petersham Races. THURSDAY DFC. 26. The following is a statement of the Races: The.Petersham Purse, pf twenty sovereigns, for horses of all ages that have ne vet won a given or advertised priée. ^ Heats once round. Mr. Geo. Rowley's b. g. Oily Gammon 1 1 Balmsin's hr. g. Brown Jumper.. 3 2 C. Roberts ch m. Lady Jane .... 4 3 T. Walis' g g. Repealer.2 4 Matthewa'^ch. g.Tal-tai.5 5 Crue's g g Jerry. - dr. The Woolpack Purse of Ten Sovereigns, ?Conditions as before. T\lr. George Rowley's br. m. Kate.. Oil T. Walls g.g. Repealer.3 3 2 Balmain* br, g. Brown Jumper 0 0 3 Milsom's b. g. Boot jHck. 1 2 0 'Matthews'ch. g. Tal tal.2 0 0 Sweepstake of Ten Shillings each, with five Pounds added/for Ponies not ex ceeding 13 hands. Once round. Mr. James Oatley's Tommy . 1 1 T Wall's Johnny Dunn .0 2 J. Armstrong's Little Tilt ...... 0 3 ilacefbr tne Beaten Horses for an Rnglish Hunting Saddle. Mile and a half Race. Mr. C. Roberts' Lady Jane. 1 T. Wall« Repealer.2 Balmsin's Jumper. 3 Milsom's Boot ...

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FRIDAY, DEC. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

FRIDAY, DEC. 27. The örst race thi* day was a Hurdle Race for £7 ; three times round the course, over nine hurdles, 3 feet 6 inches in height; carrying 10 st. 7 lbs ; enttance 15s. Mr. Reeves's Sam Slick. 1 -Mt. Gullidse's Bav Prince. 2 Mr. Cnrrutbers's Negrohead. 3 The second was a Hack Hurdle Race. Mr. Hungerford a. 1 Mr. W. Nicholson's.,.,. 2 Mr. Marshall's. 3 The third race was a pony rare for £2, j for all ponies not more than thirteen hands j high, catch weights ; heats one mile ; en- j trance 5«. j Mr. Cutts's pony. 1 Mr. Reeves's pony. 2 The fourth race was a hack race fur a Silver Cup. Mr. Martyr's. 1 3 1 Mr. Lewis's . 3 1 0 Mr. Hungerford^. 2 2 0;

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1845. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

THURSMTT, JANUARY 2, 1845. tío BcSító foíítWTS; v Our carTe$ponfonf*tW. 'ty?-will pleaseto ¿recolfecL that it t* mt our proving tn * *»1i*r IheworHlfig af .éivtâteementesMt for insertion in pur rj>Vnnn$ An Arl rf tk - fab nf Quean Elizabeth, is conclusive on thia point.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

Death. DARLING, Susannah Sangster, daughter of Thomas Darling, Esq. Solicitor, Windsor, of hooping cough, on Friday, Dec. 27th, aged ten weeks.

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir George'Ciippa, Knight Cnptain-tj'eiernl HIICJ Governor iti-rhtef of td* -Territory of New Soutli Wales anti its De pendencies, and Vice-Admiral of tbe same. In pursuanoe of tue authority in me Teated, hy a certain Act of the Imneriat Parliament nf Grear Britain and Ireland, passed in the hf h and 6'h years of her Majesty'? Reign, intituled. ,«. An Act for regulating the Sate of waste Lind belonging to the ( rown in the Australian Co lonies." I do hereby notify and. proclaim, that nt tl o'clock of ; I hursday, the 9th dnf of January nert, the following Town .^Uotai«»nt« ; of Land will be offered for a»le by publie Huction, at the Colonial Treasury in Vydn^v, a the upset price affixed to each lot respect ively on the terms and conditions and. under the provisions of the above-iecited Act. (De posit 10 per cent.) ¡OWN LOIS. Upset Price, "£25 per acre. 1 Parramatta, 34|>.allotment No < of seo* ion? 5 2 Parranda ta, i SJ p.iillntnipnt No2...

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. MONDAY, DEC. 16 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

SAYINGS AND DülNGS Ot TUB Legislative Council. MONDAY, DMJ. 16 The SRKAKER read to the Conner! a Mes "sage from His Rxcniletiey th« liovernor, proposing'additional appropriât joos for th« years 1844 and 1845. . Mr. COWPER presented a petition fron» i the Parochial Association of St. Lawrenc« and St Andrew.praying assistance toward« th« erection of Schools, &c Petition read i and received. j Council was heard at th« Bar of th* House against the proposed amendment* I iii the Circular Quay Wharfage Bill. The debate on the second reading of th« j interest Bdl was resumed, io which Mr. Walker and Mr. Robinson opposed tho ; measure, and Mr. Darvall supported it. I Dr. Bland had commenced to advocate the principles of the Bill when it was ascer I tained there were not twelve Member« ! present ; and the Council adjourned nt half* j past six o'clock till the following day. j TrjKSDAT, DEC. 17. Mr. ROBINSON presented a petition from certain owners or coasting vessels, trading between ...

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The Song of the Ivy. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

And icfa« 4|irjB|t-j fqrltp ^r|cjpo ^^pojjb ^ will Let tbNp praise t lie cheanut for tnajesty, ; A¿»d the willow. ^ öeauteouB. sod itaielv, ¿od ^róng and ia 1, i ronner ^ l"« ..**' Ha, hal" U^b0^4hff^ ?. {Wiçnj*P?**t Çastieflwd pslacosfarandnaar:, ' Barloping theeartu abd mocking the akies, iinaa^o^liairgrapdear-^but what osre J? Buttress, and bastion, and topmost wall I-conquer them all-I conquer them all'!*' **Ila hVT'laughed «be Ivy-'« old Time, tome Hedi given the glory and mastery So poets amv sing if it like them well, from early matins to vesper bell ; And others toity list »o their minstrelsy I've a eoog of my own, so what care J t lieauteous, aud state)?, andstionp and tall, i I conquer them all-1 conquer them all !"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

A Good Chance ! MB. LABAN, WHITE ha* much pleasure in informing; the Public, tb u ba bas n-ceived ir-siriinnoun TO LEV PUBLIC CO UPKTiTIOW.iotbacoursaof ht j) i «stet month, ot watch du« notice will ba givi n ia a future adi-ert'seinent, ON" THE VKEAJI SES, - that well knorn H OVé K, * The Windsor Hotel/ situated in Bridge Street, Windsor, witt LICENSE, BAR FIXTURES, AND STOCK-IN-TRADE. A portion of the Household Furniture, Ace, to be taken at a va'ua'ion. Such a rare opportunity of reahcing a onmpt fence in « few years.Skid tn recurs ;antl, io 'ee' this *' dioire mtrceau " i» oniv offered in co» e> qnence of the continued indisposition of th Proprietor, MR, CHOS*. Anv further partid ara mar he known o application lu the AUCTIONEER (¿¿'by letter postpaid.) Terms at Sal*. Win itn-, 1st Jun.. t045. Caution To those Persons w'>o still stand indebted to Mr. James Mountford, late of Wind sor, Druggist. npHß undersigned, would beg to call A the attention of those persons who hü?« no...

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Maitland Races. THURSDAY, DEC. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

Maitland Races. TnunsDAr, DEC. 26, Tho first race was for the Maitland Christmas Box of £10, for all horses, carry ing weight for age; two mile heats; en trance £1. Älr. Ryan's Spring-heeled-.fack, 3 yrs. 1 1 Mr. Reeves's Robin Hood, 5 yrs. .... 2 2 T\Ir. Wade« Scratch, 4yrs. dis. The second race was for the Trial Stakes «f £'7; for all horses that had never won an advertised priée, weight for age ; two mile heats ; entrance 15s. Mr Reeves's Sam Slick, 3 yrs .. 2 1 I Mr. fticbolson's Tallboy, 5 yrs... 1 2 dis Mr. Rourke's Jackey, 2 yrs.dis. The third race was for a prize of £5, for all two and three year old», weight for ag-e ; heat* oue mile and a half ; entrance 10s. Mr. Rvan's Spring-heeled Jack. 1 1 Mr. Rourke's Miss Quilt.2 2 The fourth race WAS for the Beaten "Purse of £4, for all horses beaten during the day, weight for age ; oue mile heats ; ««»trance 5.«. Mr. Reeves's Robin Hood.. 1 1 Mr. Hook's Miss Quilt.2 2

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

I Sydney Shipping Hews AIMIVED. DEC. 25-Th« ship Matitda, of London, 482 tons, Bli*», master, from a whaling rovade-'vith 1 100 barren's snertn oil. DKC 26-The brig flee, 134 tons, tio 'h^nk. mister, from Port Nicholson th* 9th. and ftawia the 14th instant-with oil. Dec. 27.-The ship Persian, 600 ton». Mallard, master, from Lotidun the 4th and Portsmouth the 18th Sept.-with a general cargo. ! DEC. 27.-The stomer William ?? th» Fourth, Wiseman, master,from the Clarence River-with wool, &c. Dto 28 - I he steamer Maitland, 103 'ons. Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie the 26th instant-with 59 bales wool and 1000 feet cedar. DEC. 30-The barque Mcrayshire, 31G tons, (Post Office paeket) Smyth, master, from London the 1st ann the Downs the 3rd Septemher-with a general cargo. Dec 30 -The schooner Cootangetla, SS tons. Napier, master, from Auckland th«. 23th Nor. and the Bay of Islands the 12th instant-with manganese and copper ore. Dec 30.-The schooner Wave, 65 rons, Birkenshaw, m...

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IRELAND. LIBERATION OF O'CONNELL. (From the Freeman's Journal, Sept.7.) O'Connell at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

IRELAND. LIBERATION OF O'CONNELL. (From the Freemans Journal, Sept.l.) O'Connell at Home. Mr. Gartlan arrived tVoiu Lnmlúu bv tilt evening; ni id packet oí vesieidav. I>riugin¡r willi htm ilia cider uf tba tioust* ot L ints lor th« ilieriiiion of di« stHtB piisi nrr*. he first waited on the sheri*, and having procured trom him II »VMjTHiit autboris n» the govarnor lonhvriib tu ilischar^e from Iiis custody iii« repeal lenders, he iiroceoded to (tie prissn, accompanied by Wessrs. 'antwell Ford, HHIIV . and ?i«tioiiy,tn.-a in^ on 'its shoulder the monster itidioinieiH, und tn bis ¡land thc revarexl ot' th« foui decree Itv wtich 'he moral {rovernor of ireland and hisassociates were depnv-d nf their liberty. Having reachei! die prison Mr. Ford proceeded to th* apartments of Mr. O'Connell, and banded tum tb- onier ter its liberation. iWr O ouoill read it aloud io bis friend* and fellow-caplives. «ad tben rn :un,ed it to his solicitor, who at once repaired tu (bu (¿ovuinor, and banded h...

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